Find a Glass Artist

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I work both as a part time glass artist and a physiotherapist. In my work I am drawn to the use of colour and abstract design, allowing the piece to be open to individual interpretation. I work mainly with glass fusing and stained glass.

Sarah Aumayer

A kiln glass worker with over 7 years experience. Specialises in contemporary, sometimes abstract work. Produces art pieces, clocks, coasters, dishes and jewellery.

Roberta Ayles

I make fused glass panels for windows, screens and lighting. I like to use texture as well as colour, so the pieces are continually changing with the viewpoint, the time of day, the seasons and the weather. I am generally inspired by nature, but am happy to be pushed out of my comfort zone too.

Jenny Ayrton. Photo by Clash & Clash Photography

Jenny Ayrton captures miniature wonderlands in molten glass. Inspired by familiar everyday details, her cast-glass scenes provoke a sense of nostalgia, providing a stage-set for your own story.

Simon Bruntnell

I am a designer and maker of hand blown and kiln formed studio glass, architectural panels and garden sculpture. My work is based around the themes of 'movement and change' and much of my inspiration comes from the Lincolnshire Wolds, an area of outstanding natural beauty where I both live and work.

Jane has lived in four countries - her inspiration comes from those diverse landscapes and cultures. Her art education started with sculpture and drawing, later, living in New England, Jane studied stained glass with Boston artist, Carolyn Stock. She broadened her experience taking several master classes with Jayne Persico, Emma Varga, Bob Leatherbarrow and studied lampworking with Barbara Mason.

I have been working with glass for the last 3 years, I produce a mixture of work from stained glass, copper foiled panels and fused and slumped pieces. I am currently studying Glass at Glyndwr University.

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